We’ve already drug through the dredges of the Phillies starting pitching. That wasn’t pretty and neither will this report card. The bullpen faced numerous injuries and you can bet the family farm I’m going to grade all the players that hit the injured list. Like before, feel free to disagree and give your own opinion […]Read more "Phillies end of season report card: Relief Pitching"
The Phillies suffered a two-game sweep at the hands of the Boston Red Sox this weekend. Losing Saturday’s game 2-1 and Sunday’s game 6-3. In doing so they are now 4.5 games out of the second wild-card spot. Their remaining schedule doesn’t help as the teams they play still have something to play for. The […]Read more "Phillies’ have a Mountain to climb after being swept by Red Sox"
Not a day after posting an article praising Gabe Kapler for good managing, I must flip flop. Like a politician come election time, I must retract a previous statement on Kapler. Kapler screwed this game up. Play-by-play announcer Tom McCarthy was openly critical of his moves during the game. Apparently so were the radio announcers: […]Read more "Bad managerial decisions are starting to haunt the Phillies"
Here at Philly Sports Network we like to give you fun topics of conversation to have around the water cooler. For example, Can you name the top 5 songs on Billboards Hot 100 chart in the week of July 17, 1999? No? Well here they are. “Bills, Bills, Bills”-Destiny’s Child “If You Had My Love”-Jennifer […]Read more "Phillies secure first series win in Boston this millennium"
What Phillies Player do you think make the All-star team? First and foremost, Scott Kingery! He has been the best offensive player on the roster thus far. Kingery’s numbers are staggering and showing why every Phillie fan was calling for his arrival two years ago. “Jetpax” as he is known, has had a tumultuous beginning […]Read more "Which Phillies players should make the All-Star Game?"
The Phillies were ready for the series. They went into Atlanta and jumped to a 7-2 lead, as hitters chased Braves starter Max Fried in the 5th. They carried a 4 run lead into the 8th inning, and lost. “A crushing loss, no way around it. We had a two-run lead in the ninth inning […]Read more "Will an inexcusable loss to Braves spark bullpen changes for Phillies?"
The Phillies bullpen has been depleted by injuries and is down to 1 quality reliever after Seranthony Dominguez left Wednesday’s game with an possible elbow injury. Back on May 15, the Phillies’ bullpen was 7th in the league in ERA. That was with a resurgent Adam Morgan, an average Pat Neshek, and the aforementioned Dominguez. […]Read more "The time is now for Phillies to raid San Francisco’s bullpen"
The Phillies are playing good team baseball. This is driven home by the facg that they are in first place and lead the Braves by a game and a half. It is good news and a great time to be a Phillie fan. However, there is a question that needs to be asked. Are the […]Read more "Phillies sit atop the NL East, but they should be doing much better"
It appears the Phillies have finally seen enough of Hector Neris, at least for the time being. After pitching to a career worst 6.00 ERA to begin the season, Neris has been optioned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley. This season, Neris has been a shell of his former self, giving up 41 baserunners in 27 innings […]Read more "Phillies flyby: Hector Neris optioned, Austin Davis promoted"
Flip a coin. Heads, you win. Tails, you lose. That’s what it’s like most nights when Hector Neris trots out of the bullpen to either begin, or close down, the ninth inning. Tonight, against the San Francisco Giants, the Phillies were treated to the good version of Hector Neris. Neris came into the ball game […]Read more "Phillies’ Bullpen seems to be at its best when Hector Neris is at his"